The Sundial

Story book fantasy of ‘The Promise’

Steven Modugno

April 26, 2006

The title, "The Promise," meant nothing to me. I had never heard the name before and went out to the advance screening of it with no expectations of any kind. Once the movie began, I quickly found myself enthralled by a film that brought a mythical Chinese tale to life in the best means possible. T...

Students on committees may get vote on hiring deans

Sandy Archila

April 26, 2006

Student members of dean and associate dean search and screening committees could soon get the right to vote for candidates. Under current policies, student members of search committees for deans and associate deans are non-voting, but students are allowed to vote on search committees for vice president...

Clubs work together to build coalition, network

Joseph Wilson

April 26, 2006

Four CSUN clubs have spearheaded the building of a network of communications to support each other in events and their dealings with Associated Students. "We need to build a base made up of clubs that are progressive and that are politically active," said Carlos Moran, chair of CSUN Movimiento Estudiant...

Little theater, big production in ‘Alice Devised’

Kristen Egermeier

April 26, 2006

CSUN's latest production, "Alice Devised" is a success. This haunting tale depicts the life and struggles of how three young Alices search for their voices in a stifling world. Each Alice represents her world in her respective way, but each Alice is also identifiable to an everyday person's struggle to...

Armenian Genocide remembered through art

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April 26, 2006

A documentary exhibition of the film "i witness" which shows portraits and oral stories of survivors from the Armenian Genocide from 1915 to 1923, is a photographic project directed to provide programs that will show educators and teachers how to teach facts about the Armenian Genocide in schools. Th...

Track and field on its way up while competing down south

Justin Satzman

April 26, 2006

Several members of the Cal State Northridge track and field team improved their marks while others posted Big West qualifying times at the University of California San Diego Triton Invitational April 21- 22. On the women's side on the track, Deanna Goodwin posted the best time in the 100 meters (11.73) a...

Run-off election for A.S. leadership begins today

Joseph Wilson

April 25, 2006

Online elections for the next Associated Students president and vice president begin today and are scheduled to end at 7 p.m. Zachary Mendelsohn, of the "V.O.I.C.E" (Vote On Interactive Community Experience) slate, said he and his running mate Sophia Recalde handed out fliers and set up four banners o...

Experts discuss solutions to combat child labor problems

Arthur Vong

April 25, 2006

The image of a little girl on the documentary front cover of "Stolen Childhoods" could save 287 million children laborers by educating the public, said three expert panelists at a conference April 22 in the University Student Union Northridge Center. About eight years ago, Len Morris, producer of "Stole...

Quality of CSUN experience is up to each of us

Hadley Hudson

April 25, 2006

Through the internships that I have been lucky enough to receive, I have met quite a few people in the industry that I am trying to break into. Sadly, I hear the same thing every time I tell someone that I am from CSUN. They all say, "CSUN? I haven't known anyone who graduated from there." I reply wi...

CSUN school spirit is lacking, but getting better

Sam Richard

April 25, 2006

School spirit at this university, in the past four years I have been here, has lagged. If our school spirit was a person, he would be struggling to get by. That person would just be average, and would feel a bit depressed. He would almost feel hopeless because when he thinks about his younger days, he...

Candidates’ platforms for future of A.S., students

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April 25, 2006

CSUN is home to over 34,000 students, yet many don't realize how powerful their voices really are. Students not only have the right, but the ability to determine the future of their college experience. A.S. is an association composed and run by students in collaboration with CSUN administration to pr...

Giving caregivers a break with a day of ‘wellness’

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April 25, 2006

Trina Taylor, 34, of Long Beach, became a caregiver to her father Henry Walker, when he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease five years ago. Her father started getting lost on his way to work, she said, then "he started accusing people of taking things, not feeding him." "He started accusing my mother...

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